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  • For five days operations continued with distracting activity
  • Of these six masts, supported by shrouds and metallic back-stays, the second
  • There was no longer any doubt of icebergs being very near
  • About fifty workmen were scattered on the metallic skylights
  • The church was the great saloon, formed by the upper-deck at the stern
  • Had this steam-ship been abandoned by her crew? This was now the prevailing
  • During this last day, however, little by little the gangways were cleared
  • A black mire that British mud which is so rarely absent from the pavement
  • In order to modify it, he has only to press his hand lightly on a small
  • A merchant-vessel or a man-of-war would have had no hesitation in manning
  • If the Great Eastern is not merely a nautical engine, but rather a microcosm
  • The tender immediately sheered off, and the sailors went to the lows
  • In this position the deck of the tender was only on a level with the load
  • On the spacious mastheads of the second and third masts a band of soldiers
  • But now, what was most important, was to prevent another meeting between
  • At six oclock next morning, after passing a sleepless night
  • The engine was composed of two horizontal cylinders, and presented a system
  • The steamers course had been slightly altered in the night
  • He easily collected ninety-six players, including several professed gamblers
  • The muddy waters of the Mersey were lashed into foam by the slowly revolving
  • The arrangements with regard to the interior are admirable
  • The Great Eastern struck amidships, and, supported by no sail, rolled frightfully
  • I did not understand at first for what it was intended, but it appeared
  • To weigh anchor under these circumstances required considerable exertion
  • A catch had broken, and the capstan being forced round by the frightful
  • No land in sight; we had doubled Cape Clear in the night
  • I saw also piles of Bibles, which were to be distributed in the church
  • I walked on, following the upper decks towards the stern
  • From this it may be seen that the game is very simple; it is not a race-course
  • This tall fellow was the exact type of an English officer; his figure was
  • I, following the general example, staked my dollar, and fate allotted me
  • It was the reverend gentleman of whom I have before spoken a little
  • Beside the Great Eastern, these three-mast ships looked like barges; their
  • Would not the good Yorrick have done the same? I looked at Dean Pitferge;
  • Numerous vessels, brigs and schooners, were awaiting the tide; steamers
  • At the bows was an engine of sixty-six horse-power
  • Meanwhile the tender approached the Great Eastern, whose chains were violently
  • All this day, the 2nd of April, the deck was deserted, even the saloons
  • The Great Eastern turned in time to avoid her, thanks to the promptitude
  • A French company, called the Great Eastern Company, Limited
  • Therefore they were obliged to abandon the steamer, but there still remained
  • The thickness of the fog was so intense that the officers on the bridge
  • It is here that all ships bound for Liverpool, whether steamers or sailing-ships
  • The laundries and the crews berths are shut off at the fore-part